Vesper Dry Martini (Difford's)

Original Source: Difford's Guide
 
 

Vesper Dry Martini (Difford's) Description

Many bartenders advocate that a Martini should be stirred and not shaken, some citing the ridiculous argument that shaking will “bruise the gin.” If you like your Martinis shaken then avoid the possible look of distaste from your server and order a Vesper. This particular Dry Martini is always shaken, an action that aerates the drink, and makes it colder and more dilute than simply stirring. It also gives the drink a slightly clouded appearance and can leave small shards of ice on the surface of the drink - easily prevented by the use of a fine strainer when pouring.

Recipe Ingredients

2   shot(s)  
¾   shot(s)  
¼   shot(s)  

 
 

Recipe Steps/Method

  1. Here is how you make it:
  2. Shake all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.

Yield: Yield: 1 Serving

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Vesper Dry Martini (Difford's) Origin

This variation on the Dry Martini was created by the mind of author Ian Fleming, the result of various influences, and made famous by his including it in his first James Bond novel, Casino Royale, published in 1953.

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Strength:

Strong

Difficulty:

Easy

Time of Day:

Afternoon
Dinner
Evening

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